Tyler Moeller

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Tyler Moeller
Occupation Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Employer Broadway Technology
Location New York


Tyler Moeller is co-founder and chief executive officer of Broadway Technology, a provider of financial trading solutions for major banks and hedge funds.[1] As CEO, Moeller sets the strategic vision for the company and oversees Broadway's global business operations. He is also a member of the board of directors and leads the executive team.

Background[edit]

Before founding Broadway, Moeller was a founding partner of KATS, LLC, a proprietary high-frequency automated trading group associated with Ronin Capital, where he traded U.S. Treasury cash and futures and collaborated with Broadway co-founder Joshua Walsky to develop early versions of Broadway's software platform. Before KATS, Moeller was director of development and acting CTO at carOrder.com, a startup that raised $125m in investments. carOrder.com was a spin-off of Trilogy, an enterprise software company whose customers included Sun Microsystems, Ford Motors and other Fortune 100 companies.

Moeller started his career at Trilogy before moving to carOrder.com where he led the development of the company's sales management systems and its retail automotive website. Additionally, Moeller designed FPGA-based signal processing systems at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory and developed software at the U.S. Army’s Night Vision and Electro-Optics Laboratory. Moeller holds multiple patents in distributed computing and trading technology.

MarketsWiki Questions: Exploring Financial Technology[edit]

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Moeller participated in the MarketsWiki Questions: Exploring Financial Technology interactive video series. See his responses to the following questions:


Education[edit]

Moeller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and electrical engineering from MIT in 1998 and received a master's degree in computer science and electrical engineering from MIT in 1999.


References[edit]

  1. Tyler Moeller Bio. Broadway Technology.